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>> get more from abc news la live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. straight ahead, an unbelievable eviction. one woman's whole life lines the streets of her northwest d.c. neighborhood. good morning, washington. thanks for joining us. i am alison starling. much more on that in a moment. let's begin with traffic and weather every ten minutes. lisa baden is standing by with the latest. first, a meteorologist at an caskey. it is today and thursday, the tunnel equinoxes -- autumnal equinox? >> yes, it is. high temperatures near 90 today. low 90's the next couple days. 69 degrees at reagan national
right now. warmer than yesterday. dew point of 57. humidity a little higher as well. in martinsburg, 69. bowie. mostly sunny this morning, partly cloudy this afternoon. a few isolated storms possible this afternoon, 30% chance after 3:00 p.m., dissipating at 8:00 p.m. . a lot of reports. on 270 it's been clear vowel of the roadway at montgomery village avenue. that will be clearer soon. the inner loop in virginia, a radical and construction blocking one lane. on the note at 66, or traffic must exit west on 66, "nutley street, and then hit that
eastbound to access the beltway. construction and remains on the lappin at 66. 270 is good in germantown. back to you. >> thank you. 4:32 on this wednesday morning. an apparent according case in the northwest neighborhood. a woman's belongings sprawled down the block after she is a victim from her apartment. it has led to serious issues. details from the roman and insight on how this will be resolved. >> eliose diaz came from nothing, growing up in venezuela. she began saving everything she could when she moved to the u.s. >> corridor for years to collect things to send to my country. >> she recently lost her job as a husky per, delahunt, and got evicted today. >> no job, no money. >> neighbors were concerned and
they saw how much stuff was thede the the bodman cial --- womans' house. >> we've been calling politicians. >> it was to no avail. >> we went through a similar situation with a blizzard and gunnoe helicopter -- and got no help then. >> congressman jim gramm arrived. >> if she can identify and what is important to her, we will store it. >> we are trying to build up the community. something like this is unbelievable. >> cynne simpson reporting. looking at the day ahead,
president obama will deliver the first of two speeches at the united nations. dealers began a summit today reviewing anti-particle's adopted in 2000. tomorrow he will address the entire engine assembly. another setback for president's economic team. lawrence summers will depart as director of the national economic council at the end of the year and will return to a position at harvard. the president is trying to focus on rebuilding the economy. unemployment is 926%. major setback for "don't ask, don't tell" in the military. >> the motion is not agree to. >> senate republicans blocked a provision that would have repealed a ban on gays openly serving. democrats will try to pass the bill during a lame-duck session later this year.
falling a developing story, investigating three shootings, one of them deadly. of limonite. the first incident happened at 8:00 last night when a man was shot and killed at the intersection of southern avenue and ninth st. se. another man wounded on 22nd st. se. a third man was shot in 1800 block of i st. northeast. noel arrests. a fairfax county man died after a school in the crash at the intersection of rolling and hughes roads. the drive may have suffered a medical emergency. it's wednesday morning. still ahead, the first successive fall. -- to fall from football room
low 90's the next couple days, especially inside the beltway. the average high yesterday was 78. seasonal. the average height today is 77. the record high is 98 today. record lows were set in 1904, 39 degrees. we are above that. it is cool at 70 in bowie. martinsburg at 58. fredericksburg, 68. today's forecast, no big changes across the region in terms of high temperatures. near 90 degrees. a few isolated thunderstorms in the forecast arriving after 3:00 p.m. today, 30% chance. isley isolated. a local along vowel.
annapolis, mid 80's. water temperatures in the low 70's. tonight, a lingering cloud of, temperatures near 70. kind of like right now in the metro area. a little cooler in the higher elevations. 63 this time tomorrow morning. nothing complicated on 95 virginia. 395 in pretty good shape. traffic in springfield and getting through woodbridge, nothing in fredericksburg, in baltimore, uneventful. 270 looks pretty good in germantown. back to you. >> thank you. 65 degrees. we have a warning for homeowners. why police refused to respond to a prolonged debt went off. >> the lady always helped sali if you needed something. >> firs
lawrence summers is retiring from the president's economic council and going back to harvard to work. there were no reports of enemy fire at the time of the military crash in the middle east yesterday. a woman was found dead tuesday, it greenbelt apartment and 8500 block of greenbelt road. morrilton learned about the victim. of what we learned. >> always smiling. >> we just saw her hanging outside the building, it was so sad to see. i could not look at it. >> jackie was a salted and left
to die in the stairwell of. >> it does not appear to be a robbery. >> her friend said the victim appeared to have violent arguments in her apartment often. >> almost daily. >> she was in the process of moving to the eastern shore, according to neighbors. >> she was coming back to get clothing. >> she told me she and her friend just got a condo in maryland and would be moving soon. >> still was a nice lady who always helped people. >> it was a shame she lost her life like that especially in a hallway. makes no sense.
the u.s. supreme court will not intervene in the scheduled execution of a virginia woman. the 41-year-old theresa l. lewis is set to die tomorrow night. she was convicted in a murder for hire scheme that left her husband and stepson dead. bruce bladensburg and sonia sotomayor aidala voted to stop the execution. she would be the first woman executed in virginia in nearly a century. the head of the d.c. school teachers union called michelle rhee's comments on hiring teachers and over-exaggeration. a new study shows performance bonuses for teachers do not boast teacher test scores. students in classrooms where the teachers got bonuses did not do any better than those in
situations where there were no special incentives. the study looked at the sixth grade through eighth grade math teachers in national public schools over three years. this comes as the obama administration is encouraging school systems to link teacher pay and tenure to how the students perform on tests. if you have an alarm system, a montgomery county woman tells a disturbing story of what happened after the long company's mistakes prevented police responding. this happened waffles and amazon her honeymoon. -- this happened while the woman was on her honeymoon. >> she was pleading with montgomery talented police to check on dallas after the alarm system went off policy was away on moneyline. >> you cannot go? >> this is an absurd.
go.police will knucnot >> and thilan went off, the security company gives the wrong number to 911. valid addressw for this location -- not a valid permit. >> it was a big problem for kate. >> the contractor company projects the alarm. inaccurate and incomplete data was entered by a representative from protect your home. the permit number they entered was incorrect and the contact list was incomplete, said adt. >> police will have responded if
the correct number were given. >> there are 45,000 false alarm calls every year. police can only respond to check on them as if someone is there to meet them if an invalid number is given. fortunately, it turned out to be a false alarm. the company is offering a free refund and is disappointed that law-enforcement was not able to respond and the security alarm sounded and the data barraza suisun like this before and don't believe it will happen again. chris van cleve reporting. 65 degrees on this wednesday. a leading lady make a special trip to d.c. first, another check on traffic and weather every ten minutes. it will feel
tonight at 11:00, meaning the sun's rays are falling on the equator. there is equal daylight and equal nighttime on the equinox. we have 12 hours of daylight and $12 a night time on this weekend. a few more minutes than 12 hours of daytime today and tomorrow and friday. tomorrow it will feel like summer on the first day of fall. it will be cooler in the higher elevations like martinsburg, 58. cumberland, 59 degrees. it is in the '60s for the most part. clear skies overhead, influenced by the hyper system that moved offshore. the sinking motion in that atmosphere inhibits clouds.
a few patchy clouds should develop this afternoon. there's action in the midwest. a frontal boundary, that front is not going to make it to our area. it will stay to the north. that will keep the cool air to the north. the high-pressure system moved offshore, with a clockwise rotation all the way through friday. that means heat and humidity for us. we will be on the warmer side of the jet stream until this weekend. your forecast today, near 90 with a slight chance of thunderstorms midday. that will build instability with added moisture and a little energy this afternoon. a few isolated storms possible. tomorrow, dry with sunshine. low 90's the next couple days. cooling on the weekend. the beltway is open on the virginia side between the bulls
and bridge and the american legion bridge. overnight work is complete. nothing complicated on the beltway. kenilworth ave., construction and around the fort. there's a tractor-trailer facing the wrong direction, so they are stopping traffic on the george washington parkway north of the memorial bridge. we are looking at 495 at colesville road. beautiful. back to you. >> thank you. 4:55 on this wednesday, 65 degrees. coming up, hollywood royalty raises awareness of a special cause on the national mall. the viewers have,
and comedienne mcchrystal aso scoring low. actress meryl streep is leading the fight for obama's museum on the national mall. she had a fund-raising dinner last night to purchase land for the women's natural history museum to be built at 12th street and independence avenue southwest. the house passed legislation last year authorizing the museum. a vote is pending in the senate. >> museums are very important in washington, d.c., to our national heritage, memorialize in marble, granite, glass, steel, stone. >> the cost is unclear, but supporters say the bridges of the land and construction cost would be paid by private sponsors. there's a lot more still to come in. the next in market of women's lives scattered along the stre